I have seen most of the multinational corp and govt.
sect using Trend Micro for protection while I was working there. Unless you are planing to get security for a big intranet setup for your routers and networks to save access to some govt.
What I like to do is that I add a particular folder like my download folder or the folder where I am using a crack file to the exclusion rule be it any security suite that I use.
Though most of the crack or patch never get false positives by Norton from what I have experienced yet you tell that by never using any of their recent products.
So i've just built a new computer and have installed kaspersky internet security, but when i try to do a database update it goes to 2% complete and doesn't go any further. Kaspersky is nowadays the best internet security software on the market. Even then, reality is Norton is just as good if not any superior to Kaspersky and quite honestly I would blindly trust Norton Security, Mc Afee, Trend Micro, F-Secure kind of more established organisation over some 3rd party so called internet security suit bullshit like Kaspersky, Avast, Eset or Bit Defender garbage etc.